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Islam Christianity Conflict or Conciliation A Comparative and Textual Analysis of the Koran the Bible

Muhammed A. Asadi

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Paperback. 128 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.4in.The industry of manufacturing the word of God was in vogue in ancient times when religion was the most powerful institution in society. The elite, whenever they wanted to convince people of something to further their economic gain, used religion. This not only distorted and ruined the genuinewords of God, it created mischief and corruption in society, which ultimately got blamed on religion. It was not religion but pseudo-religion and constructed books, like books in the Bible, which got institutionalized and caused great harm and injustice to humanity. The Koran, coming to reform such a world, presented itself as a criterion to distinguish true from false (Koran 2: 185), based on the principles ofscience and rationality. It termed nature as being the reflection of Gods will (Sunna in Arabic), and made the careful analysis of nature and contemplation based on it, a duty incumbent upon every believer (Koran 3: 190-195). The history of modern science began with the Koran. Muslims, inspired by the Koran, did pioneering, foundation building work in all fields of modern science, thus sparking the European Renaissance. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9780595212583

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The industry of manufacturing the word of God was in vogue in ancient times when religion was the most powerful institution in society. The elite, whenever they wanted to convince people of something to further their economic gain, used religion. This not only distorted and ruined the genuinewords of God, it created mischief and corruption in society, which ultimately got blamed on religion. It was not religion but pseudo-religion and constructed books, like books in the Bible, which got institutionalized and caused great harm and injustice to humanity. The Koran, coming to reform such a world, presented itself as a criterion to distinguish true from false (Koran 2:185), based on the principles ofscience and rationality. It termed nature as being the reflection of Gods will (Sunna in Arabic), and made the careful analysis of nature and contemplation based on it, a duty incumbent upon every believer (Koran 3:190-195). The history of modern science began with the Koran. Muslims, inspired by the Koran, did pioneering, foundation building work in all fields of modern science, thus sparking the European Renaissance.

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The author of this work graduated from Southwest Missouri State University,in Springfield Missouri, in August 1995. He attended the University of London and has a graduate degree in Sociology. Since 1997, he has developed and maintained an archive of these and other writings on the Web at http://www.rationalreality.com

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